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This year we made our first of I’m sure many family pilgrimages to Disney World. Quite honestly, I don’t’ know who was more excited about the trip, the kidlets or us adults! While I was looking forward to all the … Continue reading
The next game in The Harried Mom’s Family Friendly Video Games Review series is Skylanders SWAP Force from Activision. When this game arrived at the house Tyler aka The Hubs (@DadandMarried) got excited and quickly volunteered to try this game … Continue reading
I received the Wilton Armetale Flutes & Pearls Rectangular Tray for review purposes. All opinions expressed are my own. I’ve always loved to cook and entertain. It doesn’t matter if it’s a family dinner, holiday gathering, birthday party or a … Continue reading
My son loves playing games – card ones, board ones and, of course, video ones. After hounding The Hubs and I for more than a year, we him got a Nintendo 3DS XL for his birthday this past summer. Between … Continue reading
Disclosure: I was sent a copy of the Hot Wheels World’s Best Driver in exchange for my honest review. My son has always loved playing with Hot Wheels® cars. In fact every time we go to the store and he … Continue reading
Do your kids love building with LEGO®? Mine do, especially my son. While I love how playing with LEGOs inspires them to build wonderfully imaginative and grand creations such as super robot creatures and towering buildings, I’m not a fan … Continue reading
Sometimes heading back to school can be scary, especially for younger children who aren’t quite sure what to expect. Take my son for example. You ask him about school last year and he’ll tell you that he totally mastered kindergarten. … Continue reading
This summer has been my son’s first-ever camp experience. He’s only six years old so The Hubs and I opted to have him go to a local day camp that caters exclusively to younger children. He’s there five days a … Continue reading
Most people are shocked and think I’m totally insane when I tell them that I actually enjoy doing laundry. I would happily trade filling/emptying the dishwasher, dusting or vacuuming for doing a load (or four) of laundry ANYDAY of the … Continue reading